James Thomas Farrell

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Noun1.James Thomas Farrell - United States writer remembered for his novels (1904-1979)
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Here, in this famous literary hall, with hundreds of admirers jammed into the audience, these four luminaries gathered to celebrate the centennial birthday of a man they considered a mentor, friend, and muse--the author of over fifty books, hundreds of essays, and an outspoken social critic and political gadfly, James T.
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